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Senator Young, Governor Holcomb Meet with Ag Industry to Discuss Trying…

first_img Senator Young, Governor Holcomb Meet with Ag Industry to Discuss Trying Season On Friday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) met with dozens of agriculture stakeholders for a roundtable discussion hosted by the Indiana Soybean Alliance and the Indiana Corn Growers Association. The discussion focused on the difficult planting season affecting Hoosier farmers and opportunities for assistance at the federal level.At the roundtable, Young announced he sent a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue urging swift action to help mitigate the immediate and long-term effects of planting hardship in Indiana. Senator Mike Braun (R-Ind.) and Representatives Larry Bucshon, M.D, (R-IN-08), Pete Visclosky (D-IN-01), Jackie Walorski (R-IN-02), Susan Brooks (R-IN-05), André Carson (D-IN-07), Jim Banks (R-IN-03), James Baird (R-IN-04), and Greg Pence (R-IN-06) also signed the letter.On Thursday, Governor Eric Holcomb convened with representatives from Indiana Corn & Soybean, the Indiana Farm Service Agency, Agribusiness Council of Indiana, Indiana Pork, Purdue College of Agriculture and others.“The unprecedented weather and extreme field conditions have put Indiana farmers in a very trying situation,” Gov. Holcomb said. “The relentless rainfall has prevented many acres from being planted and in some cases farmers have not been able to plant at all. This not only affects crop producers but those involved in animal production and the businesses that supply them.”According to USDA, there have only been 27 days suitable for fieldwork in Indiana since late March. That’s 20 days less when compared to the same timeframe in 2018. Heavy, consistent rainfall has saturated fields across the state. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data shows that the past 12 months have been the wettest on record in the U.S.The Governor is working with Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler and his staff, and the Indiana Farm Service Agency, to pursue options for agriculture assistance for Indiana farmers. That will include decisions about proceeding with requests for federal assistance as assessments are completed at the county level.“It’s been an extremely difficult year for farmers in Indiana,” Director Kettler said. “That’s why we’re working to ensure we’re providing all available options.”The Farm Service Agency needs an accurate account of the fields impacted by the storms in Indiana to determine if a request can be made to USDA. Farmers are encouraged to contact their local Farm Service Agency office and report their planted acres as soon as possible but no later than July 15.For a list of Farm Service Agency offices in Indiana, click here or visit www.fsa.usda.gov.Senator Young previously spoke in Washington on planting hardship this season and the need for clarification from USDA. Later on Friday, he met with Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch’s office and Indiana State Director of Agriculture Bruce Kettler about efforts underway at the state level.“Indiana farm country needs clarity in these uncertain times. I’m going to take the feedback from today’s meetings back to Washington to ensure our Hoosier farmers are equipped with the right tools to combat this crisis,” said Senator Young.Ryan Martin, Farmer Origination Specialist for Louis Dreyfus Company in Claypool, IN and HAT Chief Meteorologist gave Senator Young an update on weather and crop conditions. He spoke with HAT’s Eric Pfeiffer after the event and that interview can be heard below.Louis Dreyfus Company’s Ryan Martin on Roundtable with Senator Young SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Jun 23, 2019 Home Indiana Agriculture News Senator Young, Governor Holcomb Meet with Ag Industry to Discuss Trying Season Previous articleCommentary: Know Your EnemyNext articleIN Farm Bureau Opening Doors for its Members in DC Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img read more

Perez hits sac fly in the 8th, Rays beat Yankees 1-0

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 8th August, 2020 07:26 IST Perez Hits Sac Fly In The 8th, Rays Beat Yankees 1-0 Pinch-hitter Michael Perez hit a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning on his 28th birthday, six Tampa Bay pitchers combined on a two-hitter and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the AL East-leading New York Yankees 1-0 on Friday night LIVE TV COMMENT First Published: 8th August, 2020 07:26 IST WATCH US LIVEcenter_img Written By FOLLOW US Pinch-hitter Michael Perez hit a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning on his 28th birthday, six Tampa Bay pitchers combined on a two-hitter and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the AL East-leading New York Yankees 1-0 on Friday night.Yoshi Tsutsugo drew a leadoff walk from Adam Ottavino (2-1) in the eighth and went to second with one out when Kevin Kiermaier walked. Both runners advanced a base on a wild pitch before Perez put the Rays up 1-0 on his fly to center.Chaz Roe (2-0) went the final two innings for the win.Masahiro Tanaka allowed one hit and struck out five over five innings, retiring his final 13 batters after giving up a first-inning single to Yandy Diaz. The Yankees’ right-hander needed just 59 pitches in his second start after beginning the season on the concussion list after being struck in the head by Giancarlo Stanton’s liner during a July 4th summer camp simulated game.Three New York pitchers also limited the Rays to just two hits.After being held hitless by Blake Snell and Andrew Kittredge through five innings, the Yankees got their first hit when DJ LeMahieu lined a single to right with one out in the sixth off Pete Fairbanks.Snell needed 59 pitches to get through three innings, striking out five and walking two. Kittredge followed with two perfect innings.The Yankees loaded the bases, on three walks, with two outs in the seventh but Nick Anderson struck out struggling Gary Sanchez on three pitches.Mike Tauchman had a leadoff double in the eighth but was thrown out for the first out on LeMahieu’s grounder to short.New York’s season opening stretch of homering in 12 straight games ended. Only four teams have had a longer run.DC TIESThe Rays called up LHP Sean Gilmartin from the alternate training site. The reliever is married to White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. He appeared in one game with Baltimore last season and has a 4-5 record with a 4.18 ERA in 79 big league games overall.INTRIGUING MATCHUPTanaka faced fellow Japanese star Tsutsugo for the first time in a professional game and held him hitless in two at-bats. Tsutsugo joined the Rays this season.TRAINER’S ROOMRays: Reliever José Alvarado was placed on the paternity list. … RHP Yonny Chirinos is out due to right triceps inflammation. … OF Manuel Margot was reinstated from the bereavement list and placed on the COVID-19 related IL. He is undergoing required intake testing after going to the Dominican Republic following the death of his father. Manager Kevin Cash said Margot’s first test was negative.UP NEXTYankees RHP Gerrit Cole (3-0) and Rays RHP Tyler Glasnow (0-0) are the expected starters in Game 1 of a doubleheader Saturday. Cole is seeking his 20th consecutive win, dating to May 27, 2019. Both teams will rely their bullpens in the other game.Image credits: AP Associated Press Television News last_img read more